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they bombed the iraq reactor in iraq and stopped for a time the iraqi program. they spread the program out and brought in russian scientists in the sciences from scientist from other countries as well and very sophisticated effort. they have adapted for long-term -- to carry atomic devices. they are very determined to become an atomic power and it's important to remember what atomic powers do. they don't detonate atomic vons. they threaten to do so and extract concessions with those threats and when i talk to the american officials in saudi arabia and other nearby air countries they are equally terrified of the israelis. they know what kind of concessions the persians are going to demand and they're not going to be small in ambition. >> host: frightening. let's move onto fast and furious where the inspector general's report, eric holder and the president talked about waiting for word on what actually happened in the fast and furious operation yet you see this as another example of deficiencies in obama's leadership in particular dealing with a subordinate in this case the attorney general
making the iraqi mistake. in981 they bombed in iraq and stopped for a time there, the likud program. they spread the program outcome of prime mission scientist and scientists in other countries as well. it's a very sophisticated, also adapted to carry atomic devices. they are very determined to become an atomic power. it is important to remember what atomic powers do. they don't detonate atomic bombs. they threaten to do so. and when i talked to the high-ranking officials in bahrain, saudi arabia and nearby arab countries, they are equally terrified israelis. they know what kind of concessions they are going to demand and they are not going to be small and ambition. >> ht: frightening. let's move on to fast and furious. we are awaiting the inspector general served toward, eric holder and the president had touched by waiting for the verdict on what happened in the fast and furious operation. you see this as another example of deficiencies in obama's leadership, in particular dealing with subordinates, in this case the attorney general, personal friend, eric holder. let's walk through
making a mistake when 1981 they bombed the reactor in iraq. they spread the program out and brought in the russian scientists from other countries as well. it's a very sophisticated effort and they've adopted a long-term missiles to carry the atomic devices. they're very determined to become an atomic power and it's important to remember what atomic powers to. they don't fit to make atomic bombs. they threaten to do so and extract the concessions of the threats and when i took to the officials in bahrain and saudi arabia the are equally terrified as israelis and they know what kind of concessions the persians are going to demand, and they are not going to be small in their edition. >> host: frightening. let's move on to fast and furious where the inspector general's report eric holder and the president talked about waiting for the verdict on what actually happened to the fast and furious subornation but this is another example of the deficiencies in obama's leadership in particular dealing with a subordinate in this case the attorney general of the united states, personal friend of
, afghanistan, iraq, what they've come back to. what was interesting about the center is how many veterans went back to the korean war, vietnam, the gulf war of 15-20 years ago. a lot of the people were on the verge of losing their houses. one of the great myths out there was a social policy putting people in houses who shouldn't have been. yes, i'm sure there was some of that. here's guys who owned houses for years, many of them who had been tricked by exotic mortgages that mortgage companies were selling it because of the fees and what they could make from it. we remember when we bought our first houses. you had to mortgage your first born child to get a mortgage. in the last ten years, it was flipped because there was money made in fees and bundle them with stock instruments. was that regulation? no, this was not regulation at all. >> guest: wall street demanded more and more of the bundled mortgages because they had a market for them. >> host: are you saying that market dinism doesn't work for the american middle class anymore? >> guest: not the way it's been played out now because what kin
in southwest florida and everybody knows a lot of the current veterans from afghanistan, iraq, what they've come back to. what was interesting is how many went back to the creative for vietnam, gulf war 15, 20 years ago. a lot of these people were on the verge of this analysis. one was rid of social policy of putting people into houses he should've been into houses. not sure where a bunch of guys, many who had been tracked by these exotic mortgages, mortgage companies would sell it because the fees. .. just as you mentioned a few minutes ago, tremendous jobs being created are not high-paying jobs. many of them do not have benefits. we make a point the unemployment rate is terrible, but equally there are many people who are working you are now earning two-thirds of what they earned three or four years ago, half of what they earned. >> you are saying to people who are responsible for this are the politicians, but also the people who pay the politicians. and that is the 1%, to 1%. now, if this is the case, that if that 1%, why is it that again we come back to this issue that so many people
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